For several years now, Simon Dorante-Day has claimed to be the hidden son of King Charles III and his wife, Camilla Parker-Bowles. On the death of Queen Elizabeth II, he therefore revealed the content of the very last letter he wrote to the late sovereign.
For several years now, Simon Dorante-Day, a 56-year-old Australian, has been hovering around the British crown. And for good reason, this father of nine children claims to be the hidden son of Charles III and Camilla Parker-Bowles . And this time, more than ever, he seems determined to make his truth heard.
On September 22, Simon Dorante-Day therefore made public via his Facebook page the letter he sent to Queen Elizabeth II some time before his death. Once more, he evokes his alleged relationship with his son Charles and his wife Camilla Parke-Bowles.
'Your Majesty, first of all, I hope this letter finds you in good health and good spirits as the festival season approaches' , he wrote first. Before mentioning 'medical procedures' that he had to undergo during his childhood to change his appearance in order to 'conceal his true identity' . And to continue: 'I can certainly understand, and to some extent forgive, actions that have been taken in the past in relation to my existence, but I cannot forget what happened' . 'When I last visited the UK in 1998, my adoptive grandmother Winifred told me herself that my biological parents were your son Charles and his wife Camilla' , he says later. A revelation, somewhat surreal, that his grandmother would have made to him on her deathbed.
In effect, Simon Dorante-Day bases his whole story on the alleged account of his two adoptive grandparents who, according to him, were cooks and gardeners in one of the royal houses. . Problem: Amanda Jane Scott, the principal's adopted sister, recently debunked the whole story on social media. 'I was blocked by Simon Dorante-Day' , she first explained on her Facebook account. Before stating black on white: 'IT'S NOT TRUE! (...) None of our grandparents were ever employed for any royal household' .
But these declarations do not seem to make Simon Dorante-Day back down. Contacted by the media 7News on September 13, 2022 regarding the death of Queen Elizabeth II, which occurred on September 8, he said: 'I was sad, because this opportunity (of help from the queen, editor's note) closed' . He then reaffirmed his request for a DNA test to prove 'his genetic heritage' while specifying that he wanted 'merely' that he fils d'Elizabeth II 'recognize' . 'He gives William a title like that, so where's my answer? Where's my DNA test? If you ain't my father then prove it ' , he even dares. And it is up to him to express once again his desire to “to pursue legal action to try to force the king to take a paternity test” . 'Charles got what he wanted: he got the throne, he got his wife, he got everything. I don't even have the truth about my mother. When will he switch to the other meaning? Now it's time for me to get my happy ending' , he concludes.Source journaldesfemmes.fr